The maternal attributes of the breed have helped us sell cattle. Salers breed cows with a big pelvis for easy calving, good udders and longevity.
Terence Pye, Rigel Salers
We needed a hardy beef cow which would cope with our farm’s tough conditions and were easy to manage. We are pleased that we came across the Salers, now we have about 120 cows run commercially with any pedigree sales an added bonus.
Stephen Hallos, Beeston Hall Salers
Since 2007 we have used a Salers bull on our mixed Limousin and British Blue cross suckler herd. We chose a Salers bull for easier calving and we’ve been delighted. It has made such a difference that we decided to keep the best females as herd replacements.
Aled and Endaf Jones, Wernol Salers
It is very rare to assist a Salers female at calving. Generally I find that Salers Cattle are a tidy breed, they have good udders, excellent feet and are ideal for breeding herd replacements. It offers farmers a good route to keeping a closed herd.
Dafydd Jones, MRCVS
In a large commercial operation, ease of calving is absolutely essential. The Salers breed offers me easily managed, fast growing cattle that convert feed efficiently.
Alun Jones, Glan Mor Salers
Salers beef is naturally marbled, hangs and matures well, with just the right amount of fat cover.